Up this week on Detroit Proud: Around Town is a list of events that are sure to please even the pickiest of music lovers. From psychedelic rock to Americana to good ol’ rock n’ roll, this weekend is one for the books.

The Steepwater Band / Nina & The Buffalo Riders
Friday, March 20th / 8pm / Huma Room at HopCat, Detroit, MI

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Chicago group The Steepwater Band will play their signature early British blues rock this Friday, alongside Detroit’s own Nina & The Buffalo Riders. Experience almost every genre of rock with this show: you’ll get a taste of psychedelic, Americana, Jazz, and ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll. Tickets are $15 at the door, and you can find more information here!

The Detroit Cobras / Radio Burns / Blaire Alise & The Bombshells
Friday, March 20th / 8pm / Majestic Café, Detroit, MI

It doesn’t get more Detroit than this show. The Detroit Cobras are one of Detroit’s most notable rock and roll groups out there. They take classic rock to the next level with danceable beats and true soul. They’re performing alongside two other Detroit bands, punk rock group Radio Burns and ‘50s-pop-meets-Detroit-rock band Blaire Alise & The Bombshells. Tickets are $15, and you can find more information here!

Moose Roof: Spring Blowout Party
Friday, March 20th at 6pm to Saturday, March 21st at 6am / 1470 W. Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI

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Come and celebrate spring with some of Detroit’s best for an overnight affair of music and festivities. Catch music by George Morris and the Gypsy Chorus, DJ Loki, Nigel and The Dropout, Fauxton, and more! Music goes until 4am! It’s FREE before 10pm and $5 after, and you can find more information here!

The 2nd Annual Speak No Evil
Sunday, March 22nd / 7pm / The Loving Touch, Ferndale, MI

Hell City Records and Cthulhu Entertainment present their second annual Speak No Evil concert this Sunday at The Loving Touch. There will be six bands performing, but absolutely no vocals. Yes, you read that right – experience some of Detroit’s hard rock bands with only their instruments. Featuring Beast In The Field, The Amino Acids, The End of The Ocean, Sunlight Ascending (for a one night, SPECIAL reunion set), Man Mountain, and Suburban Bloodshed. Tickets are $10 at the door, and this is an 18+ show. Find more information here!

Detroit Proud Pick of The Week: The Normandies
Saturday, March 21st / 8pm / Plymouth Coffee Bean, Plymouth, MI

Detroit’s alternative folk rock band, The Normandies will also be celebrating the arrival of Spring this weekend at the Plymouth Coffee Bean. They’ll take their poppy-folk rock sound to stage, alongside special guest indie folk band Swingset. Free admission, find more information here!

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Did we miss a Detroit event? We’d love to hear what you’re doing this weekend – tell us in the comments!